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 Translation for 'tomorrow' from English to Russian
NOUN   a tomorrow | tomorrows
завтра {adv}tomorrow
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послезавтра {adv}the day after tomorrow
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Послезавтра [Роланд Эммерих]
The Day After Tomorrow [Roland Emmerich]
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Usage Examples English
  • “Don’t cry, miss, dry your pretty eyes and smile at me. Tomorrow, who knows, we may be free.” This reminds us of the ending of "Radio I": “Tomorrow … noon.” Everything will be better tomorrow.
  • The word "POETS" is an acronym for "Piss off early, tomorrow's Saturday": hence Friday becomes "Poets day".
  • By asserting "A sea-fight must either take place tomorrow or not, but it is not necessary that it should take place tomorrow, neither is it necessary that it should not take place, yet it is necessary that it either should or should not take place tomorrow", Aristotle is simply claiming "necessarily (a or not-a)", which is correct.
  • To understand how act utilitarianism works, compare the consequences of watching television all day tomorrow to the consequences of doing charity work tomorrow.
  • In the musical Hamilton by Lin-Manuel Miranda several characters and a direct quote from the second line of Macbeth's Act 5 soliloquy ("Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow..." ...

  • The company's mission is to define the cities of tomorrow and its vision is to be the global partner to plan, design and sustain the cities of tomorrow.
  • In 2007 she published "Fashioning the Future: Tomorrow's Wardrobe".
  • So, for example, if it is true today that tomorrow there will be a sea battle, then there cannot fail to be a sea battle tomorrow, since otherwise it would not be true today that such a battle will take place tomorrow.
  • The river was named as the Waupaca by the Native Americans inhabiting the area, "Waupaca" being the Native American word for "tomorrow".
  • For example, asking "Won't you be here tomorrow?" ("ashita koko ni inai desu ka? ...

  • ... in the Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow soliloquy).
  • Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow is a famous quotation from Shakespeare's play "Macbeth".
  • ... "they're hunting foxes tomorrow" ~> "they're going on a foxhunt tomorrow", but "not" *"they're foxhunting tomorrow").
  • In the lyrics of "I dag & i morgon" ("Today and tomorrow"), the singer tells her lover that she wants to live with the lover today, tomorrow, and the rest of her life.
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